My 5 takeaways from UX London

The UX conversation is shifting to focus more on sustainable design.

What makes brand development more challenging for NGOs and development organisations

Stakeholder alignment, dispersed teams and budget misconceptions are just some of the obstacles faced by our nonprofit clients.

Building communities and enabling collaboration: tools and techniques for your website or intranet

How nonprofits and NGOs can energise their audience and give them a platform to communicate, collaborate and share experiences and resources.

Building a sustainable future - how web development teams can create sustainable digital ecosystems

How can digital designers and developers design sustainable websites, apps and digital products?

Moving conference programmes into the digital space

ADR UK came to us to create a print design for a conference booklet, but we saw an opportunity to create a mini-site that offers a seamless experience for both the organisers and their attendees.

Don’t make me think - A bible on usability by Steve Krug

There is one book that everyone who is interested in usability should read, and that is “Don’t make me think” by Steve Krug.

How we deliver consistent wireframes across a growing design team

As a small design team, we have previously never felt the need to create a framework for our wireframing process. Instead, we have opted to create bespoke wireframes per project, allowing designers total freedom to explore the wireframing approach based specifically on the needs of an individual projects brief.

Books for designers: In Praise of Shadows by Jun'ichirō Tanizaki

Books for designers: In Praise of Shadows by Jun'ichirō Tanizaki

As a designer I have an interest in perception - not specifically from a visual design point of view, but more the cultural differences in the perception of everyday objects, the spaces we occupy and how we interact with them ...

Complexity in our complex world: how designers can tame complexity

Elegance and ease of use are often down to simplicity, not just in terms of design and aesthetics, but also features and functions. If a product only has a few features it’s usually easier to understand and operate ...

How do you deal with designers who design without any thought?

As a developer, dealing with designers and their creations can sometimes be challenging. At Liquid Light we've honed our process to ensure minimum friction between both developers and designers.